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(Duo recitals have not been listed)

2010 Beginning of the composition of Symphonic Poem.
Adaptation of the Short Suite for a Prince for a Norwegian version of the Petit Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Composition of La Panne, Le Serpent and La Valse du Prince for solo guitar, for the Petit Prince show.
Movie music composition of René de Obaldia's film Le Troubadour du Théâtre produced by La Compagnie des Indes for the French television channel Arte.
Guitar recital in Geneva with a portion of the program dedicated to his compositions which Short Suite for Prince and Latino for guitar solo (adaptation of her Concerto Latino).
2009 Composition of A travers la Rivière and Fête for Flute and Guitar, performed by Christophe Leu (Guitar) and Elisabeth Werthmüller (flute) in their Bosnian, Serbian and Crotian Tour.
Collaboration with the agency Crossovermedia in New York and broadcast in 42 U.S. states of Maya Le Roux's compositions. Numerous interviews and reviews in the U.S.
2008 Composition of the "Short Suite for a Prince" for solo guitar inspired by the "Petit Prince" by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Publishing of the two guitar concertos "Ballade de la Vallée Magique" and "Concerto Latino" by the Editions d'OZ in Canada.
Recording of the "Short Suite for a Prince".
Publishing of the CD "Symphonic and Guitar" with Maya Le Roux compositions.
Concerts with the guitar trio in Portugal, Festival of plucked strings in Rabat, Maroco, also in Cairo, Egypt, Switzerland, and France.
2007 Release of a double CD with the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg entitled "Orientalism" organized by Maya Le Roux for the company AGIP and pre-opening of the festival.

Camille Saint Saens East and West
Joaquin Rodrigo "Concerto Andaluz" (soloists: Dagoberto Linhares, Maya Le Roux, Christophe Leu, Raymond Migy)
Adanan Saygun Concerto No. 1 (Ramzi Yassa, soloist)
Rimsky Korsakov "Antar"
Alberto Colla "Rovine di Palmira"

Recording of a CD with the guitar trio entitled Fandangos y Zarzuelas. With Dagoberto Linhares et Raymond Migy, guitare et Pascal Stauffer, percussions.
Trio concert in Geneva with Dagoberto Linhares and Raymond Migy.
2006 Concert in Geneva with two guitar quintets composed by Maya Le Roux Quintetto Latino and Ballade de la Vallée Magique. The string quartet was composed by musicians from the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande.
Work on the guitar trio with Dagoberto Linhares and Raymond Migy. Musical transcription of two “zarzuelas” of Jerónimo Jiménez and of the Carmen suite of Bizet from orchestral score to the guitar trio.
Concerts in the South of France of Spanish repertory with the guitar trio.
Production and rewriting work of the Nick et l’Empereur de Chine play.
The Concerto Latino was chosen as an obligatory piece of music for the Concours de Musique of Chamonix in France, which received guitar for the first time. The concerto was performed by the three prize winners in its redaction for quintet with guitar.
Composition of the music of the documentary movie Un été en Antarctique.
New theatrical edition of Nick et l’Empereur de Chine, 20 productions in Geneva. The production, the theatrical adaptation and the use of black theatre were given by Maya Le Roux.
The movie Un été en Antarctique was chosen for the opening of the Paris Science Festival at the Paris Natural History Museum and programmed for two months at the Cité des Sciences de la Villette in Paris. The movie was sold to many European TV channels.
2005 Various concerts with Christophe Leu presenting Maya Le Roux’ new transcriptions.
Transcription of three sonatas of Domenico Cimarosa for the guitar duo.
Opening concert of the Kragujevac (Serbia) October Festival with the Kragujevac Orchestra directed by Aleksandar Vujic (Ballade de la Vallée magique by Maya Le Roux).
Composing of « Concerto Latino » for guitar.
Transcription for two guitars of Manuel de Falla’s Love the Magician.
2004 Composition of Afrika for brass and percussion.
Writing and composition of songs for the CD/book Nick chez la reine de l’Himalaya with words and lyrics by Thérèse Lauriol.
Writing and adaptation for theatre of the book Nick et l’Empereur de Chine and  its production as a show for children.
Guitarist for the production of Othello at the Grand Théatre de Genève.
Guitar solo at Paris’ Opera Bastille’s production of the Barber of Seville directed by Coline Serreau.
Composition of Boléro a symphonic poem with guitar solo.
Recording of the original version (in English) of the musical comedy Cocoa orchestrated and recorded by Belgrade National Radio.
2001 Composition of the music for a children’s story, Nick et l’Empereur de Chine published by Albin Michel, Paris and narrated by actor Jean Rochefort (CD-book).
2000 Collaboration with movie director George Lautner on his film Le front de l’absurde, music by Maya Le Roux (extract from the concerto Ballade laVallée magique).